Explore our Hamlets

The shops, restaurants and other services in The Hamptons are like nowhere else — city sophistication meets the Beach — so let’s make sure you can enjoy and bring some of the Hamptons home with you — start here!  Just choose the area you are headed toward and click on that Hamlet’s logo.  We’ll hook you up!

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The Hamptons NY, are like nowhere else on earth.  Out beautiful hamlets each have a distinct personality, their own specialty restaurants and stores, beautiful parks, bays and beaches tons of activities for the whole family.

Starting from the West, Westhampton Beach is known for its laid-back style and family-friendly beaches, restaurants and shops.  It has a beautiful new library, delightful main street, and is home to regular Farmer’s Market, Arts festivals and outdoor activities and events.  If you have not done it yet, you must Trick-or-Treat on Main Street, come to the St. Patrick’s Day parade and run in the Koziarz 5K and Family Fun Run.

Quogue is a little village with a charming Main Street — called Jessup, a fantastic library, the famous Quogue Wildlife Refuge, a beautiful beach and bays, a wonderful school and playground and terrific family events including the Quogue Association’s annual Duck Race, the Quogue PTA’s Annual Chicken Dinner, the Quogue Fire Department’s Open House and the Quogue Association’s annual Beach Party.  There is also a wonderful local theater troupe that performs at the Village Hall.

East Quogue has a terrific main street, beautiful village dock, a great fishing store, speciality food and gift stores and some award-winning restaurants.  There is a wonderful village green that is host to weekly concerts on Tuesday nights in July and a lovely school and playground.  You can shop and eat all year-round in East Quogue.  Don’t miss the East Quogue Summer concert series nor the East Quogue Fire Department’s seafood fest, the Memorial Day parade and the East Quogue Chamber of Commerce’ Easter Egg Hunt.

Hampton Bays is a bustling hamlet with tons of stores and activity.  There are several schools and playgrounds, a nice library, and several beautiful beaches and bays.  There are a number of specialty shops and restaurants, including several on the water.  There is a Coast Guard station in Hampton Bays near the Ponquogue Bridge and you will see a lot of boating as there is access to the ocean and great Peconic Bay through Hampton Bays.  Don’t miss the Annual San Gennaro Festival, the St. Patrick’s Day parade and other area events.

Southampton is the largest of the Hamlets in the Hamptons with an active village center filled with shops and restaurants.  The beautiful Agawam park is just off of the main drag as is the beautiful and historic Rogers Memorial Library.  Southampton is home to many beautiful beaches and bays, golf courses, tennis clubs, schools, parks and playgrounds.  Don’t miss the annual movie series at Cooper’s Beach, trick-or-treating on Elm, the Fall Fest in September, Apple Picking in the Fall, events at the Vineyards and the multitude of activities in Southampton.

Bridgehampton is home to another delightful main street, the Children’s Museum, beautiful parks and beaches, a lovely school, and wonderful shops and restaurants.  The World-famous Bridge golf club is here along with the Annual Bridgehampton Classic — another world-famous showcase.  Don’t miss the Classic this year!

Sag Harbor is a charming village with a beautiful main street and tons of shops and restaurants.  Come see the boats parked in the Harbor — some of which are incredible!  There is a beautiful and very large park in Sag Harbor and beautiful bays.  Of course the bays and beaches are beautiful!  Nearby, you can get birds to feed out of your hand at the Elizabeth Morton refuge in Noyac.  Don’t you dare miss HarborFest, Trick-or-Treating and the other wonderful events in Sag Harbor!